The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

Rate on 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages falls below 6 percent. [WSJ]

Home prices nationwide continue to plunge. [WSJ]

The credit crunch has halted several condo projects in Kensington and Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn. [TRD]

Number of city housing units authorized by building permits dropped 70 percent annually in October. [Crain’s]

A run-down on Black Friday retail madness. [Gawker]

Park Slope parents angry over New York Methodist’s emergency room. [Gowanus Lounge]

Speaking of Park Slope! A new blog there wants you to ignore the Daily News. [Fucked in Park Slope]

If you have guests from out of town, how about tours of the city’s fabulous cemeteries? [NY Times]

The Afternoon Wrap: Friday